Chit Policy

Procedure for LCC Members

Leaside Curling Club extends credit or chit-signing privileges to members as a courtesy. Chit privileges can be used at the LCC bar or at curling clubs that honour chits in the greater Toronto area. To remain eligible for these privileges, members must abide by the following policies and procedures:

1. Members can register for chit privileges by completing a chit application and submitting it to the office.

2. Members must provide an active credit card number for their file. The credit card information will only be used if you choose this as your preferred method of payment or if the invoice is not paid by the due date (see information in items 3 and 4 regarding due dates).

3. When using chit signing privileges, members must clearly indicate their chit number and they must clearly print their name beside their signature when signing at other curling clubs.

4. Invoices for chits will be distributed on the 28th day of each month at the club. These invoices can be found in the chit box at the bar. Invoices will also be distributed by e-mail to all members whohave provided an e-mail address. The invoice will not contain the chit but a copy is available in the office if you wish to cross-reference your invoice.

5. Members can choose to have the invoiced amount applied to their credit card or they may pay by cash or cheque. This choice is made when signing up for chit privileges or by notifying the office board of directors by e-mail or in writing.

6. Full payment is due on the 14th day of the month following the invoice. Cheques must be made payable to Leaside Curling Club.
• For example, if an invoice is issued on the 28th of November, payment is due on or before December 14.

7. If the invoice is not paid by this due date, the full amount owing will be automatically charged to the member’s credit card, and a $5.00 surcharge will be applied to the invoice.

8. If the member’s credit card is found to the “inactive” for whatever reason, it is the member’s responsibility to inform the office LCC board of directors and update their authorization form. Failure to update will result in a $5 surcharge applied to the “re-issued” monthly invoice.

9. Chit accounts from the previous year must be paid in full before a returning member is allowed to sign up for a new season of curling.

Service Charges

10. A service charge of $5.00 will be applied by the office to each monthly Leaside Curling Club invoice.

11. Additional charges may be applied by the other clubs extending the signing privileges. By using your LCC chit privileges at another club, members are agreeing to the other clubs’ service charges.


Procedure for Non-Members
12. Chit privileges will be extended to visitors of Leaside Curling Club if they can demonstrate that they have signing privileges from their home club.

13. A service charge of $1.00 for each chit used will be applied to the non-members’ invoice.

14. The LCC board of directors will not be responsible for administering chit privileges for non-LCC members. The City of Toronto Leaside Curling Club staff will collate chits, generate an invoice and communicate with other clubs as needed.

FAQs for LCC Chit Service Charges
1. Each time a chit is used does that generate an invoice?
A: No. All chits received by the board of directors between the first day of the month and the 28th day of the month will be applied to a single invoice. Only one $5 service charge will be applied on the monthly invoice.

2. Will additional service charges by applied by the curling club I am visiting in addition to the monthly $5 charge?
A: Yes, additional charges will probably be applied. Members using LCC chit privileges should be aware that service charges may be applied at the curling club they are visiting. These charges vary from club to club and the LCC Board of Directors does not control the amount charged. Members should be aware that by using your LCC chit privileges at another club, you are agreeing to pay the charges that are applied at the club you are visiting. Members are encouraged to inquire at the club they are visiting to understand the chit charges that will be applied by the club.

3. Can I use my chit privileges at the LCC bar?
A: Yes. You can use your chit privileges at the LCC bar. Please note that the $5 service charge will be applied if a chit is used only once per month or if it is used every time the member is in the club over the course of a month.

4. Why do you need my e-mail address to register for chit privileges?
A: An e-mail address is required to facilitate communication about monthly invoices and to ensure you are receiving your invoice. Former chit members in good standing without e-mail addresses will be exempted from this requests.

5. If I choose to automatically pay by credit, will I ever incur a late charge?
A: No. As long as the credit card you have provided for your file is in good standing, you will not be charged any late fees, because your card will be billed monthly.

Club Bonspiels

  • Gyro Motors Ross Solomon Senior Men's Bonspiel (November 13, 2018)
  • Snowball Mixed Bonspiel (December 1, 2018)
  • Little Rocks Penguin Bonspiel (February 2, 2019)
  • Junior Cashspiel (February 9, 2019)
  • Day Ladies' Invitational Bonspiel (February 13, 2019)
  • Beat the Winter Blahs Women's Bonspiel (February 23, 2019)
  • Gyro Motors Charley Bick Bonspiel (February 26, 2019)
  • Men's Great Canadian Bonspiel (March 2, 2019)
  • Stick Bonspiel (March 20, 2019)

Join us on Wednesday November 13 for the Gyro Motors Ross Solomon Senior Men's Bonspiel.  Click here to download a copy of the flyer.

 Leaside Ross Solomon Bonspiel

Please join us on Saturday December 1, 2018, for Leaside's mixed Snowball Bonspiel!  Click here for a full size copy of the flyer and registration form.

Mixed snowball

Please join us for our Penguin Bonspiel on Saturday January 27; to print off a copy of the registration form, click here

2019 Leaside Little rocks bonspiel

 

 

 

Join us on Saturday February 9, 2019, for our Junior/Bantam Cashspiel!  To print out the registration form, click here.


2019 Leaside JuniorBantam bonspiel

Please join us on Wednesday February 13, 2019, for our day ladies' High Tea Invitational Bonspiel!  Click here to print a full size copy of the flyer.

High Tea Invitational 2019

 

Join us on Saturday February 23, 2018, for our women's "Beat the Winter Blahs" bonspiel!  To see a full size copy of the flyer, click here

Leaside Beat the Winter Blahs

 

 

Please join us on Tuesday February 26, 2019, for the Gyro Motors Charly Bick Bonspiel!  To print off a copy of the registration form, click here.

Format is Skins: to win the skins in a given end, the team with hammer must score 2 or more points, or the team without hammer must steal. If there is only a single point scored or if the end is blanked, the skins associated with that end carry over to the next end.

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Join us on Saturday March 2, 2019, for our men's Great Canadian Bonspiel!  Click here to print a full size copy of the flyerMens Great Canadian flyer 2019

Join us on Wednesday March 20, 2019, for our annual open Stick Bonspiel.  Click here for a full size copy of the flyer.

Leaside Stick Bonspiel 2019

 

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Club Champions 2016/17

DAY SKINS
Champions Day SKins

 

 Doug Manning (S), George Lewis, Dave Butchart, Earl Kuntz

 

 

 

 DAY WOMEN

Monday League:
Bingham Trophy (Draw 1) – Gail Ann Ferguson (S), Dorothy Robertson, Barbara Gott, Anne Medlock
Mhora Murray Trophy (Draw 2) – Jane Roberts (S), Anne Parker, Susan Dick, Pauline Glasgow
Dickinson Trophy (Draw 3) – Gail Ann Ferguson (S), Kathy Tyndale / Betty Hicks, Susan Dick, Wendy Jarvis

Tuesday Morning League:
Draw 1 - Sandra Trafford (S), Tara Lang, Janin Robertson, Carol Morello
Draw 2 - Norrie Brockest (S), Tara Lang, Jerene Edgehill, Rita Ngo
Draw 3 - Pat Lee (S), Sylvie Dion, Katilin Doiron, Rita Ngo

Tuesday Afternoon League:
Flo Brown Trophy (Draw 1) – Mary Anne Hicks (S), Beverley Metcalfe, Carmel Fitzpatrick, Audrey Kouyoumdjan
Donna Bell Trophy (Draw 2) – Kathy Hague (S), Betty Hicks, Marnie Ferguson, Melanie Short
Merle Williams Trophy (Draw 3) – Mary Anne Hicks (S), Joanne Shaland, Pauline Malley, Catherine Dorman

Thursday Team Entry League:
Grand Aggregate Winners – Pat Reid (S), Marilyn Pleckaitis, Bernie Gillet, Debbie Murnaghan
Flight A – Carol Jackson (S), Mavis Taylor, Carol Fraser, Carol Pratt
Flight B – Pat Lee (S), Sandra Trafford, Melanie White, Elly Caesar
Flight C – Cheryl Darling (S), Susan Dick, Janine Cox, Nancy Fox

DAY MEN
“A” Event – Cam Hall (S), Gerry Rowat, Dave Butchart, Jerry Omelon
“B” Event – Harley Hubble (S), Alan Faiers, John Bonner, Earl Kuntz
All Star Team - Cam Hall (S), John Bonner, Dave Butchart, Earl Kuntz
Crying Towel - Tom Begg, Michael Doucet, Bruce Stewart, Phil Tinning
Sprague Trophy - Dave Butchart, Earl Kuntz

EVENING SKINS

Monday Skins Champs

 

 Champions: Richard Van Dine, Judy Mackett, Michelle MacDonald, Patrick Kniss

 

 

 

 

EVENING MEN

Tuesday League:
Flight A – Liam Kane (S), Steve Forbes, Gary MacDonald, Robert Lyle
Flight B – David Ellis (S), Robbie Fraser, Sean Holladay, Dan Westenek 
Flight C – Gregor Grant (S), John Wylie, Roger Pugsley, Bill Rowlands
Flight D – Stan Murray (S), Brian Harrison, Michael Montrose, Rory Cattanach

Thursday League:
Flight 1 – Dave Taylor (S), Gerry Hawkins, Matt Bulman, Neil Anderson
Flight 2 – Rob Harling (S), Ted Helleyer, Don Dawson, Floyd Dempster
Flight 3 – Eric Roberts (S), Julian Fosbery, Mike Reynolds, Jon Joyce
Flight 4 – Cameron McKay (S), George Czindl, Stephen Andrews, Daniel McKay

Trophy Winners (Tuesday vs. Thursday):
Bob Murray Memorial (Flight 1) – Dave Taylor (S), Gerry Hawkins, Matt Bulman, Neil Anderson
Birrell’s Trophy (Flight 2) – David Ellis (S), Robbie Fraser, Sean Holladay, Dan Westenek
Alexander Trophy (Flight 3) – Eric Roberts (S), Julian Fosbery, Mike Reynolds, Jon Joyce
Leads & Seconds Trophy (Flight 4) – George Czindl (S), Cameron McKay, Stephen Andrews, Daniel McKay, Andrew McKay

EVENING WOMEN
Women flight 1

 

Flight 1 – Kate McKellar (S), Michelle MacDonald, Bhadra Lokuge, Judy MacLellan

 

 

 

Flight 2 – Sarah Tolton (S), Karen Anderson, Gillian Rodger, Barb Sarjeant
Flight 3 – Christine Martell (S), Margaret Gooderham, Rosemary Haydon, Heather Makin
Flight 4 – Judy Cook (S), Meloday Arnold, Sheelagh Lawrance, Janine Ball
Overall Points Winner – Kate MacKellar (S), Michelle MacDonald, Bhadra Lokuge, Judy MacLellan

WEEKEND MIXED
Mixed Flight 1

 

 Club Champions (Flight 1) – Karen Duxbury (S), Matt Bulman, Nancy Stewart, Neil Duxbury

 

 

 

 

“B” Trophy (Flight 2) – Liam Kane (S), Judy Hudson, Chris Kovac, Jenna Hilborn
Flight 3 – Allen Tran (S), Jennifer Mah, Arthur Anderson, Kathy Bateman
Flight 4 – Russ Martin (S), Carol Martin, Brock Johnston, Margaret Johnston
Flight 5 – Scott Caesar (S), Elly Caesar, Steve Caesar, Kim Walker
Flight 6 – James Manson (S), Sharon Shin, David Young, Claire McInroy
Flight 7 – Parker Liddle (S), Sarah Schroeder, Gord Ferguson, Leslie Liddle
Flight 8 – John Wong (S), Karen Atkin, Martin Glebe, Mary Panouolias

Falconer Award: Liam Kane (S), Judy Hudson, Chris Kovac, Jenna Hilborn

PIZZA LEAGUE
Craig Garbe (S), Kyle Wedge, Sebastien Carrizo, and Dylan Coombs

SUNDAY OPEN
Sunday open champions

 

 Flight A – John Dickson (S), Tricia Dickson, Irving Reid, Karen Reid

 

 

 

Flight B – 
Flight C – 

Day Women's Rules

Leaside Curling Club
Day Women Section
General Rules Monday/Tuesday 2015/16 (updated April 2015)

Start/Stop
All players are asked to be on the ice by 12.55p.m., so that the game may commence no later than 1.00p.m. A warning bell will be rung at 2.55 p.m. to signal that the end of the game is near.  Finish only the end that you’re currently playing.
** Same rules apply to morning games: 9.45am start, consider warning bell is 11.45a.m.

An end is considered to be started, only if the 1st rock thrown is in motion.
Please adhere to the bell rule as laid out by the Games committee.

Draw
1. Teams will be composed of a minimum of 3 players. In the event of a three person team, the first two players will throw three rocks each and two rocks will be thrown by the Skip. At least one member of the team must be present to play the game. All games are played on the scheduled date.
2. Prior to commencing a game a Vice-Skip or a designated member of either team will flip a coin. The winner of the coin toss has the choice of the hammer (last rock) or choice of rock colour.
3. A game consists of eight (8) ends, but a team may concede after six (6) ends, if both teams agree to end the game. The winning team will be awarded by the Draw Master, 1 End & 1 rock pt., per end(s) not played, within the game allotment (based on 15 minutes per end). Exact time must be recorded on the score sheet.

Scoring
1. The scores will be recorded as: Win=5pts; Loss=1pt; Tie=3pts; Default=1 pts.
2. In the event of a blank end, each team will record ½ point.
3. The winning vices are responsible for recording the scores and the exact finishing time on the score sheet. Confirmed verification of scores & signatures of both vices is necessary.
4. At the end of each draw, ties for 1st; 2nd; or 3rd place will be broken by:
1. end count
2. rock count
3. point differential
4. coin toss
5. There will be no playoff games & in any one game the maximum point differential will be +10/-10.
6. In the event that there is an uneven number of teams in a draw the scoring will be prorated.

Default
A game is defaulted when:
1. a team has no original members of the team
2. a team has only 2 players (1 being an original member of the team). Unless the 2 Skips (offending & non-offending) agree to share players and score the game as played. In the case of a defaulted game, the offending team will receive 1/0/0/-5 points for the game loss; ends; rock count & point differential The non-offending team will receive the score of 5/5/5/+5 for the win.

Spares
Spares will be acquired only through the designated Spare Co-Ordinator of each draw. Do not arrange for your own spare. Spares must be used from the available spare list. When the spare list is depleted, the team will then play with 3 players. It is at the discretion of the team to decide where the spare would be best played.

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